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UPM Raflatac develops PCR label material

UPM Raflatac has developed recycled content film labels for the home and personal care market in Europe to meet increasing demand for recycled content...

Coca-Cola labels spread recycling message

Coca-Cola Sweden has created new labels for its 100 per cent rPET bottles in a move designed to spread its recycling message to consumers. The...

OPRL launches simplified labelling system

The On-Pack Recycling Label (OPRL) organisation has today launched its new ‘simplified’ labelling system across the UK in a bid to enhance packaging waste management...

Printer creates new role at “pivotal time”

Danish label printer Interket Group is to embark on a new strategy to expand its print capability and labelling portfolio after creating a new...

Binary approach bids to simplify recycling

On-Pack Recycling Label (OPRL) has launched a binary labelling system in a bid to simplify the recycling process and reduce contamination. The not-for-profit company...

Luminer extends ECL capacity

Labelling solutions provider Luminer has expanded its manufacturing facility in Lakewood, New Jersey by 20,000 sq ft, making the US plant’s footprint 50,000 sq...

PREP aired in Singapore to boost recycling

Singaporeans will be able to identify if their packaging is truly recyclable and recycled after Label for Recycling (L4R) launched a set of recycling...

Coveris’ capacity climbs to three billion labels a year

Following significant investment over the last 18 months, Coveris has established a BOPP label manufacturing facility at its Louth site in the UK, with...

Danone Aqua to convert plastics label waste into pallets

Danone Aqua, a subsidiary of Danone, has partnered with Re>Pal Indonesia to convert its oriented polypropylene plastics label waste into pallets. The agreement will see...

Clearer labelling is part of a wider agenda, says Lorax

Proposed changes to one of the UK’s most widely-used packaging labelling schemes are promising, but they should not act as a substitute...

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